The Public Health Officer for Sonoma says that the Shelter In Place orders have helped reduce the number of future COVID-19 cases in the county. Yesterday, Dr. Sundari Mase said that if the Shelter In Place orders
Newly released body camera footage shows Sonoma County Sheriff’s deputies warned a Graton man before shocking him with stun guns and sending a dog in to bite him. The video released Tuesday night shows deputies repeatedly telling
A Santa Rosa Fire Department employee has COVID-19. The case was announced by the city yesterday but with few details other than saying the person works in the operations division and is a first responder. But a
Sonoma County is short on coronavirus testing swabs. Yesterday Dr. Mase said the county has increased its number of locations where they can run tests but don’t have enough swabs to supply them all. The county has
Sixteen more people have coronavirus in Sonoma County. The number of people infected is now 136 after yesterday’s announcement. That’s a one-day increase of 13%, the biggest single-day jump the county has seen since the pandemic began.